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|Reviewed by richard Holgate (Reader)
I sent you an email about the cobbett family. Reading this poem I forgot to mention that I was raised in Yorkshire after being born in Cumberland, Maryport to be exact.
|Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara
|You know I always hate when another person takes my comment, well has already said what I was going to say. So I will say this, Karen's comments I must wholeheartedly agree with! Birds are beautiful for they are a part of nature and all things natural are beautiful no matter how gruesome, pesty and etc they may seem. All things in nature; whether we see it or not, have a purpose, a meaning!
Well done and your imagery is lovely, well penned! Glad I dropped by!
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|Interesting write. Maybe folks should leave the birds alone, instead of trying to shoo them away. They are not a pest, they are beauty.
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|To see us in full flight against the northern clouds.
One of far too many bird species under threat these very sad days, Maggie, but you've penned a wonderful ode to them.